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It is beautiful, i bet the greenish portion is much greener than that in the actual color. We have G sarpedon, but it is very difficult to photograph. What are its larval food? thanks.
Thanks Andrea for the feedback. I think the color variation is a natural phenomenon with respect to regions. Personally, I don't have much information about this species, as I saw and shot this butterfly for the first time in my life. Due to shortage of time, I was not able to observe it completely. After a search on the net, I found that the larval host plants are Cinnamomum camphora, Persea odoratissima and Persea thunbergii in the family Lauraceae and Michelia alba in the family Magnoliaceae.
@Fotografia ślubna Lublin, Thanks for the visit and comment.
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